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Default Using CFD result as FEM Boundary Condition
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Hello,
I was wondering, if it is possible to use CFD results (simpleFoam solver) for setting BC with solidDisplacementFoam, without using FSI.
For example I have an housing with a pipe in it. I can compute the pressure distribution along the pipe with simpleFoam, and I want to re-use this pressure distribution as pressure BC for computing the stress analysis in the housing.
Any idea?
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